Ninth Report 2007-2012 Paperback

Joint Working Group between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches

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Ninth Report 2007-2012

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In the time and spirit of the Second Vatican Council, in 1965 a joint working group between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches was inaugurated. It has served as a catalyst to fruitful collaborations between the two bodies, supported the ecumenical endeavours of each other, and launched special projects of its own. Now, almost 50 years on, the Joint Working Group reports on its latest work. Its report is a window on the deepening relationship and evolving understanding of ecumenical bonds. Also included in the report are three vital studies, offering insights into the process of reception of ecumenical agreements, the spiritual roots of ecumenical engagement, and the complex yet promising relationship of the church and youth.

Ninth Report 2007-2012 by Roman Catholic Church; World Council of Churches was published by World Council of Churches (WCC Publications) in February 2014. The ISBN for Ninth Report 2007-2012 is 9782825416266.

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Page last updated 25th May 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherWorld Council of Churches (WCC Publications) (February 2014)
Weight246g
Number of Pages160
Thickness10 mm
Height230 mm
Width155 mm
ISBN9782825416266
ISBN-102825416266
Product Code4275031
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